James Woods Drops a Line on Drilling Into an Icelandic Volcano

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The project, which would be a scientific first if successful, would see boreholes drilled about 1.3 miles through the earth’s crust at a volcano known as Krafla.

Fox News released a report about a new plan in Iceland to drill 1.3 miles down into the volcano to unlock clean, geothermal energy.

Iceland’s scientists have devised an ambitious plan to drill into a volcano’s magma chamber to source an abundant amount of clean, super-hot geothermal energy.

A new Volcanic fissure opens up.

The project, which would be a scientific first if successful, would see boreholes drilled about 1.3 miles down through the earth’s crust at Krafla, located northeast of Iceland.

Jesse Watters spoke with one volcano lava chaser here.

There are over 200 volcanos in Iceland, and Iceland is the leader in geothermal energy.

I think drilling into a volcano and capturing the energy is a great idea. Why not use the energy? I wouldn’t want Bill Gates doing it, but knowledgeable scientists, why not? There is so much energy there.

James Woods takes a different approach and comments in his customarily clever way:

A new fissure just opened in Gindavik, Iceland, and it’s spreading.


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1 month ago

It could snow ball ( not the best expression I know but can t think of a better one right now )

the hole could have so much lava coming out it would get out of control.

Have you ever seen those videos where someone makes a tiny hole in an above ground swimming pool and as more water comes out the hole gets larger and larger?

that could happen with the volcanoe and the ground around it.

and not only does lava destroy everything around it but the ashes in the sky can float around for months or years and block the sun and affect temperature and climate…

they are playing with fire ( no pun intended)